This time there wasn’t any proper preparation, planning or marketing, and suddenly it’s here:
Read more "Riemann’s World – The Album is here!"
“Riemann’s World”, the self-titled album of the odd aleatoric, modular, mostly EDM-ish stuff that I’ve been doing for a year or so.
A few days ago, I looked at my tracks on bandcamp you’ve been listening to the most. Here’s my revenge – my favourites.
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This is the “Top 10” of the most-listenend tracks on my bandcamp page.
Read more "Your Top 10 of my Stuff"
It’s been about four months since my journey into Riemann’s World began. Here’s a few more pages from the diary about said journey.
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Today is a special day. That’s why I expanded Mantikor with – Bloom!
Read more "Riemann’s World: A special Day for Leopold"
A few weeks ago, I described how the combo of Granturismo and Groove Riemann could turn into Mantikor. Only now that it’s come to this, the end result is quite different. This is the first chapter of Mantikor’s journey through Riemann’s World.
Read more "Mantikor’s Journey: Departure"
I recently talked about “Granturismo” – a setup thing where I played with not programming (or recording) sequences.
This has now turned into “Riemann’s World” – what others might call an ecosystem but which is rather a set of sets in a metric space.
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I played with a setup that plays loopable random melodies to make techno. Now I’m thinking about making the drums random, too.
Read more "“Granturismo” – and other non-programmable techno machines"
The title is somewhat misleading, as it often is: looking at the current TNG Mothership, I subjectively try to figure out how often I use each module, and how well I know it. Are there any interesting result?
Read more "Using and Knowing Modules (an emotional statistic)"